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Spectrum and AT&T TV are comparable in TV channel availability, bundle options, and overall user-friendliness, but the similarities end there. Spectrum is good ole cable TV, while AT&T TV is carried over shiny new fiber-optic internet—and they’re priced accordingly.
When the competition is AT&T Fiber vs. Xfinity Internet, we say AT&T is better than Xfinity. While our recent customer satisfaction survey put AT&T Fiber and Xfinity Internet on equal footing for reliability, we think you’ll get a lot more bang for your buck if you go with AT&T Fiber.
We prefer Sling TV’s lower starting prices, kids and sports programming, frequent deals, and usability over AT&T TV NOW. But its channel lineups are confusing even though they’re much cheaper than AT&T TV NOW.
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We take on-demand video content for granted now, but when Netflix started including streaming with its by-mail DVD subscription service in 2007, it was an industry-upending game changer. Broadcast-quality TV shows and movies over the internet? Whoa.
In a perfect world, every internet service provider (ISP) would offer fast speeds at a great price. Unfortunately, a lot of providers have slow internet plans that cost a lot—or they’ll limit how much you can use your internet service. To help you skip the heartache of troublesome internet providers, we have five recommendations for the best internet providers.
While the absolute value of art itself is priceless, it takes a lot of money to make movies happen. But for film studios, the best movie franchises can mean hundreds of millions, if not billions of dollars in return on investment (ROI).
Following a broadcasting partnership of more than 15 years, the National Hockey League is no longer with NBC. When the 2021–22 season kicks off on Oct. 12, the NHL will air national games exclusively on the networks of Disney and Turner Sports. That means you need ABC, ESPN, ESPN+, and TNT to get all 153 nationally televised NHL regular season games.
Severe weather shifts, political skirmishes, and the COVID-19 vaccination rollout have dramatically increased our need for free, reliable news. Luckily, in these uncertain times, there are a ton of live TV news channels available for you to watch and stream for free.
Peacock is the on-demand streaming service owned by NBCUniversal. Xfinity is the internet and TV provider owned by Comcast, which owns NBCUniversal. That’s why qualifying Xfinity customers get a free subscription to Peacock Premium. Now let’s get you set up to watch Peacock’s 20,000 hours of movies, shows, and live sports.
fuboTV will get you most, if not all, your NFL games in 2020—and for a reasonable price. That said, DIRECTV with NFL SUNDAY TICKET is a must-have for the fan who has to see every game this season. For more details, we break down the pros and cons of these two services, and more, below.
For most folks, we recommend HBO's streaming HBO Max because it's relatively cheap, has a month-to-month contract, and features more than just HBO Originals. If you prefer to keep things simple with a single cable plan and no messy apps, Spectrum or Cox is the way to go.